Category Archives: Uveitis

DOVS GRAND ROUNDS – Mysteries in Posterior Uveitis
Nov 24th, 2020

Date: Friday November 27, 2020 Time: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Topic:  Mysteries in Posterior Uveitis Speaker: Dr. Larissa Derzko- Dzulynsky Zoom Link: Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89748855051?pwd=R0drT1Qwb24wWE0xMUQzYUNCakNoZz09 Passcode: rRvpv2 Learning Objectives:  1. To learn how to approach differential diagnosis in posterior uveitis 2. To review multimodal imaging in uveitis 3. To develop a management plan for […]

RESIDENT TEACHING – Viral and Bacterial Uveitis AND Other infectious uveitis & uveitis in immunocompromised populations
Oct 27th, 2020

Date: Friday October 30, 2020 8:45 AM – 11:45 AM Topic:  Viral and Bacterial Uveitis AND Other infectious uveitis & uveitis in immunocompromised populations Speakers – Drs. V Lam and P. Christakis  Zoom Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88311351396?pwd=bW1yUHdBY3BOd3F0T1p0WjFpNmF0QT09 Passcode: S8LTB2

Resident Teaching- Immunology for Ophthalmologists and Approach to Uveitis Diagnosis and Treatment (UofT residents only)
Oct 6th, 2020

Date: Friday October 9, 2020 Time: 8:45 AM – 11:45 AM Topic:  Immunology for Ophthalmologists and Approach to Uveitis Diagnosis and Treatment (UofT residents only) Speakers:  Dr. Kathryn Pepple Zoom Link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87315560519?pwd=NWRsVGRhZTkzSFh0L21PaXNua0VZZz09

DOVS Grand Rounds – Multimodal Imaging in Uveitis with a Focus on OCT and OCT-A in Quantitative Disease Detection and Monitoring
Oct 6th, 2020

Date: Friday October 9, 2020 Time: 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Topic: Multimodal Imaging in Uveitis with a Focus on OCT and OCT-A in Quantitative Disease Detection and Monitoring Speaker: Dr. Kathryn PeppleZoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82196748366?pwd=T0x6ODhQVjZjSXl1VVhKZkx2SFJHQT09Passcode: w5eT8w Learning Objectives: Recall the imaging modalities available for detecting and monitoring disease activity in patients with uveitis. Understand which […]

Non-Infectious Uveitis – What’s Best for my patient: Local or systemic treatment?
Mar 1st, 2019

The COS is pleased to provide access to the presentations from the co-developed symposium Non-Infectious Uveitis: What’s Best For My Patient: Local or Systemic Treatment?, which took place at the 2018 COS Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario. Through these presentations, International and Canadian expert faculty lead a discussion around the various treatment strategies for uveitis, […]